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Full PDHPE Syllabus Notes (With Options 3 and 4)

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All dot points from the PDHPE Syllabus, including options 3 (sports medicine) and 3 (improving performance)

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are priority issues for Australia’s health identified Role of epidemiology - The study of the patterns of illness and disease in a population ➢ Identify the risk factors of a disease ➢ Determine the extent of a disease within a community ➢ Evaluate prevention strategies ➢ Provide suggestions for public policy Measures of epidemiology ▪ Mortality – death rates within a population ▪ Infant Mortality – the number of deaths occurring in an infants first year of life within a population ▪ Morbidity – sickness rates within a population ▪ Life Expectancy – the number of years a person has to live What can epidemiology tell us - Monitor major causes of deaths and sickness’ - Identify areas that need attention - Determine priority areas for government funding - Monitor use of health facilities - Evaluate the effectiveness of programs Do they measure everyt...
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